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TANZANIAN MUSICIAN RAY C ADMITS CRUSH ON KENYAN PRESIDENT

Tanzanian musician Ray C has once again publicly admitted that she has a huge crush on President Uhuru Kenyatta. The mellow-voiced lass was a guest on Radio Citizen’s Mambo Mseto on Wednesday where she expressed her desire to meet Kenya’s president and talk about a number of things. But that’s not all. Ray C, who has been struggling with drug addiction for many years, also revealed that she becomes helpless someone mentions Uhuru’s name. “If you just mention the name Uhuru Kenyatta, I become helpless,” she said as quoted by Edaily. When pressed by Willy M. Tuva – the host of the show – to explain what would happen when she finally meets the him, the ‘Mama Nitilie’ hit maker said she’d ask him out.…

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zambiya irasabwa kohereza mu Rwanda abantu 9 basize bakoze jenoside hano mu rwanda…

Leta y’U Rwanda imaze gusaba iya Zambia guta muri yombi no kuyishyikiriza abanyarwanda 9 babayo bakekwaho uruhare muri jenoside. Nta masezerano ariho yo guhererekanya abanyabyaha hagati y’ibihugu byombi, ariko uruhande rw’U Rwanda ngo rusanga iyi idakwiye kuba inzitizi. Urutonde rw’abashakishwa rwashyikirijwe abadepite ba Zambia bari mu ruzinduko mu Rwanda. Urutonde rw’abantu basabirwa gutabwa muri yombi rwagizwe ibanga ariko icyamenyekanye ni uko ari abantu 9. Aba bakekwaho uruhare muri jenoside ngo barimo abihayimana, abacuruzi n’abari abakozi ba Leta bahungiye mu gihugu cya Zambia. U Rwanda rurasaba ko Zambia yohereza aba 9 rukurikiranye ariko nta masezerano guhererekanya abanyabyaha ari hagati y’ibihugu byombi. Iyi ngingo ubushinjacyaha bw’U Rwanda ngo busanga idakwiye kuba imbogamizi. Umushinjacyaha mukuru w’U Rwanda Bwana Jean Bosco Mutangana avuga ko harii amasezerano ajyanye no guhana…

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Tanzanian high school student builds solar-powered robot

A high school student in Tanzania has built a robot that can walk, turn its head, speak and perform other functions with the help of a remote control. Gracious Ephraim, a form six student of Ilboru High School in the northern Tanzanian city of Arusha built the robot using local materials including aluminium box, wires, tin containers, pieces of metal and a memory chip for the brain, local newspaper Daily News reported last week. The robot is powered by solar energy and cost the science student 200,000 Tanzanian Shillings ($89) to put it together in 12 months. He told the newspaper that the self-financed robot has a memory chip component that contains some recorded voice notes triggered remotely to make the robot reply to some…

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Rwanda Social Security Board introduces yet another avenue

Subscription to community-based health insurance (CBHI) scheme, Mutuelle de Santé, is getting better as Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB) introduces yet another avenue through which subscribers can pay their annual premiums through mobile stacking, officials have said. RSSB announced, Tuesday, that they have entered a partnership with MobiCash, a mobile solution, that subscribers to Mutuelle de Santé will start using to pay their premiums. This shift to mobile application system of payment, stakeholders say, will be a huge relief to subscribers. According to Jonathan Gatera, the director-general of RSSB, MobiCash has a growing network of agents, which will facilitate seamless subscription. Gatera said MobiCash has about 700 agents spread across the country; they work with 348 SACCOs (savings and credit), 18 post office facilities and…

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New power project generation in Africa

Three international development agencies have come together to mobilise more than $1 billion for power generation across Africa, including the 147MW Ruzizi III project that will supply electricity to Burundi, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda. The Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED), its industrial and infrastructure development arm Industrial Promotion Services (IPS) and CDC Group, the UK development finance arm, launched the joint power initiative with a promise to boost power generation, accelerate economic growth and benefit millions of people in sub-Saharan Africa. The partnership will focus on new power projects in greater East Africa (including DRC, Mozambique and Madagascar) and West Africa. IPS’s existing projects in Kenya and Uganda will be housed under the joint platform. The partners will invest $140m,…

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Rwanda joined the rest of the world in a campaign to end Malaria for Good

Rwanda joined the rest of the world in a campaign to “End Malaria for Good.” An official ceremony held in Huye District to mark World Malaria Day. The World Malaria Day is an occasion for the country to combine and tighten its efforts in the fight against Malaria through increased awareness on response. Activities meant to enhance Malaria prevention will run from 24-29 April 2017. These include: educating communities on proper use of mosquito nets and door-to-door mobilisation on Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS). An active home-based care management for Malaria to population in high-risk zones is on going. Under the Malaria Contingency Plan, strategies like Home Based Management for Malaria at community level have helped reduce severe malaria cases by 50% in the last five…

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East African Regional joint effort against tax fraud

Commissioners of tax investigation and enforcement from Rwanda, Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda say information sharing as well as deeper collaboration will be decisive in tackling tax fraud. They emphasised this, yesterday, at the opening of a two-day session of the sixth East African Regional Meeting for Commissioners of Tax Investigation and Enforcement (EARACTI), in Kigali. Pascal Ruganintwali Bizimana, Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) commissioner for corporate services, said they will share views on how best they can improve tax compliance in the region. Bizimana said: “Protection of taxes is key to growing our economies; by mobilising revenues to finance public works and creating fair trade. The evasion of tax distorts market, denies governments of their due tax and is cross border. Thus, fighting the vice yields…

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MoKash struggles to cope with traffic

Telecom service provider MTN-Rwanda and Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) have had to move swiftly to allay growing public fears of potential loss of savings as their new mobile telephone-linked banking product, MoKash, struggles to cope with traffic, leaving several clients wary and frustrated. MoKash is a product that enables clients to borrow and save money using their mobile phones. The system is said to be experiencing hitches, a situation CBA and MTN-Rwanda said was due to overwhelming subscription rate that exceeded the initial capacity of the system. Some of the subscribers to the platform have been experiencing challenges in accessing their savings and accounts on the platform and also could not access the short-term loans as had been promised. This caused panic among clients…

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Review on Rwanda, Morocco double taxation Bill

Parliament’s Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and Security yesterday met with a team from Rwanda Revenue Authority and the Ministry of Finance to discuss the Bill concerning the agreement on tax avoidance signed between Rwanda and Morocco. The agreement on the avoidance of double taxation and tax evasion regarding income taxes between the two countries was signed in October last year. The agreement is one of the 18 ideals that were signed between the two countries during a three-day state visit by the King of Morocco, Mohammed VI, to Rwanda. Appearing before the Committee, the Head of Audit and International Taxation at RRA, Raul Gasana, said that the agreement will help to further develop the economic and bilateral relationship between the two countries and…

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South Korea: THAAD anti-missile shield being deployed…

In South Korea, the US military began to install the first elements of its high-altitude missile intercept system, the THAAD. This deployment, which has been planned for many months, has the announced objective of countering the growing threat of North Korea, which accelerates its nuclear and ballistic program. But it arouses the anger of local residents as well as the fury of neighboring China. The deployment took place during the night, without any prior announcement. The US Army transported radars and launching ramps to an old golf course near the small town of Seongju. There, it was greeted by hundreds of angry local residents, worried about finding themselves on a strategic hot spot, as regional tensions get worse. Fury of China “United States, are you…

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UN directs IGAD to impose travel bans and asset freeze on sanctioned South Sudan military leaders

The UN panel of experts for South Sudan has directed the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (Igad) member states to immediately impose travel bans and asset freezes on the country’s military commanders sanctioned by the Security Council last year. The UN Security Council sanctioned at least six commanders from both the government and opposition forces for committing gross atrocities since the onset of the war in 2013. The military commanders targeted were Major General Marial Chanuong Yol, who is in charge of presidential guards, Lieutenant General Gabriel Jok Riak and Major General Santino Deng Wol, all from government side. The rebel generals targeted were Major General James Koang, Major General Simon Gatwech Dual, the chief of general staff for the rebel forces, and Major General Peter…

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WHO unveils a new malaria vaccine

The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Monday unveiled a new malaria vaccine called RTS,S that will be piloted in Kenya, Ghana and Malawi next year to gauge its efficacy and safety. Speaking at the unveiling ceremony in Nairobi, WHO Regional Director for Africa Matshidiso Moeti said the launch of a malaria vaccine developed after years of painstaking research marked a critical milestone in the fight against the tropical disease.  “The prospect of a malaria vaccine is great news. Information gathered in the pilot program will help us make decisions on the wider use of this vaccine,” Moeti said. Combined with existing malaria interventions, such a vaccine would have the potential to save tens of thousands of lives in Africa, she added. Developed through a public-private…

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Government gearing up to ease the process of child registration

Following success of last year’s campaign that saw more than 500,000 children registered, the Government is now gearing up to ease the process by harmonising child registration with the national identity programme, the Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Local Government has said. Odette Uwamariya said this while participating at a stakeholders meeting that brought together government, civil society and development partners to review the progress made in attaining the Universal Periodic Review (UPR) recommendations. UPR is a unique mechanism of the Human Rights Council (HRC) aimed at improving the human rights situation in each of the 193 United Nations member states. The month-long campaign aimed at having more children registered to enable the Government to plan and avail them vital services, and saw 511,000…

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Pyongyang celebrates the birth of his army, US pressure rises…

North Korea celebrated the birth of its army. It is the 85th anniversary of the country’s military. The festivities are taking place in full tension with the United States and South Korea. Pyongyang allegedly organized a massive shooting drill on the east coast of the country, but for now no new nuclear test or missile launch. For their part, Seoul and Washington announce joint military exercises, while China calls for restraint. The voltage remains high. The nuclear carrier Carl-Vinsonet his imposing escort must arrive in South Korea at the end of the week. These new joint maneuvers are part of the many ways in which the US government is acting to “deal with” the North Korean problem, according to Donald Trump. Another building, the USS…

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Burundi: After Two Years of Crisis, An Economy Out of Breath

Two years ago to this day, the head of state, Pierre Nkurunziza, officially presidential candidate for a third term. A candidature immediately challenged by the opposition and civil society and criticized by the donor countries of this country, which deem it contrary to the Constitution. Pierre Nkurunziza was finally re-elected in July 2016, after a campaign of repression against all those who demonstrated against his candidacy. State violence continued in a country whose economy is also at half-mast. It has been a year since the EU and other bilateral donors have suspended 40% of direct budget support to Burundi. For 2017, the country must finance its budget to 70%, instead of 50% for 10 years. In particular, it has increased the prices of basic necessities,…

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byifashe bite ku nshingano perezida paul Kagame yahawe na AU mu nama yabereye mu Rwanda ubushize?

Perezida Paul Kagame mu nama ishize ubwo yaberaga mu Rwanda yahawe ishingano zo kuvugurura Umuryango w’Ubumwe bw’Afurika (AU), yatangaje ko uyu muryango uzibanda ku bikorwa byihutirwa. Izi nshingano Umukuru w’Igihugu yazihawe n’abakuru b’ibihugu by’Afurika. Kuba AU izibanda ku bikorwa byihutirwa, Umukuru w’Igihugu yabitangarije mu ruzinduko rw’akazi muri Guinea Conakry mu nama ijyanye n’amavugurura y’uyu muryango wa AU. Iyi nama yahuje Perezida Paul Kagame na Perezida Alpha Condé wa Guinea ubu uyoboye AU, Perezida Idris Déby Itno wa Tchad n’umuyobozi wa Komisiyo y’Afurika Yunze Ubumwe Moussa Faki, aho baganiriye ku mavugurura arimo gukorwa muri uwo muryango kugira ngo ubashe gutanga umusaruro. Perezida Kagame yijeje ko AU izibanda ku bikorwa byihutirwa bizagera mu rwego rw’umugabane n’akarere. Mu bizakorwa harimo ku isonga kongerera ubushobozi imiryango yo mu karere…

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Banki y’Isi yashyize u Rwanda mu bihugu bitandatu byiyubatse vuba kurusha ibindi mu rwego rw’ubukungu ku mugabane wa Afurika…

Banki y’Isi yashyize u Rwanda mu bihugu bitandatu byiyubatse vuba kurusha ibindi mu rwego rw’ubukungu ku mugabane wa Afurika, kuko byagize izamuka ryabwo riri hejuru ya 5.4% guhera mu mwaka wa 2015 kugeza mu 2017. Nk’uko byatangajwe ku rubuga rwa Guverinoma y’u Rwanda, ibihugu byatangajwe nk’ibyubatse ubukungu kurusha ibindi muri Afurika byagiye bizamura umusaruro wabyo (GDP) ku buryo bugaragara. Muri raporo yiswe Africa’s Pulse (Umuyoboro w’Ubukungu bwa Afurika) yasohotse mu cyumweru gishize, hagaragajwe ko ibindi bihugu byiyubatse vuba kurusha ibindi ari Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mali, Senegal na Tanzania. Itangazo rigenewe abanyamakuru rivuga kuri raporo rigira riti “Ibi bihugu (birimo n’u Rwanda) bifite hafi 27% by’abaturiye Afurika yose kandi bifite 13% by’umusaruro w’imbere muri Afurika (GDP). Ubukungu bw’u Rwanda bwazamutse ku gipimo cya 5.9 mu…

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Ubwato bw’intambara bw’abanyamerika bwamaze kugera muri koreya y’epfo mu kwitegura intambara ishobora kurota…

Uruntu runtu rurakomeje hagati ya leta zunze ubumwe za amerika na koreya ya ruguru, kugeza ubu amakuru atugeraho aratangaza ko ubwato bw’intambara bwa Amerika bugendera munsi y’amazi bukaba bwamaze kugera  muri Koreya y’epfo, mugihe koreya ya ruguru yo yibereye mu byishimo byo kwizihiza imyaka mirongo inani n’itanu imaze ibayeho. Gusa ababikurikiranira hafi baratangaza ko Koreya ya ruguru ishobora gutera ibisasu bari kugerageza gukora nkuko basanzwe babigenza mu masabukuru nkaya. Ubwato USS Michigan butwaye intwaro zo mu bwoko bwa “missile” bugiye busanga ubundi bwato butwara indege z’intambara Carl Vinson. Ibyo biri kuba Koreya ya ruguru iri mu isabukuru y’imyaka 85 y’igisirikare cy’igihuguyabaye kuri uyu wa kabiri. Muri ibyo birori harimwoimyiyereko y’intambara ikorerwa mu ishyamba, ibyo bikaba ari ibyatangajwe n’ubutegetsi bwa Korea yepfo. Uku guhangana kuri kuruushaho…

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Nine (9) Types Of Tears

One thing I have never been good at is crying. Not only am I not good at it, I am an ugly crier, and I will literally do anything to avoid crying- even if it means exercising for hours. I despise crying- period. Sad Cry. This is the most common type of cry. When you feel sad you let it out for however long, whether it be two minutes or two hours. At the end you feel rejuvenated and you can continue about your day, week, month relatively normal. It’s like taking a really nice shower (in your own salty water….?) and you feel like a new person after. 2. The Sob. The sob is this uncontrollable cry, accompanied by the lower lip making that…

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RGB has threatened to sanction public and private institutions

Rwanda Governance Board has threatened to sanction public and private institutions which fail to provide good services to the public. According to Prof Anastase Shyaka, the CEO of Rwanda Governance Board, service delivery in some institutions is still wanting which he said defeats the government goal of achieving customer satisfaction. He was briefing journalists on the ongoing “Nk’uwikorera” campaign that aims at improving quality service delivery based on integrity, responsiveness and fairness. The overall objective of the six-month campaign is to raise awareness of the service providers at all levels (both public and private) to provide effective and quality services to citizens at the same time encouraging the recipients to reject poor service. Shyaka said quality service delivery should be a responsibility of every institution…

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